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Do You Buy Honey in the Supermarket, Probably Chinese Honey

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Several years ago, I was starting to have allergy issues for the first time in my life. 

Three springs running, I had nasty symptoms. 

 

Someone here on this site from Long Island sent me a few bottles of unprocessed hiney and instructed me to have a tablespoon a day. 

 

I followed the instructions and haven't been bothered since. 

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Probably Chinese.

I had 28 double-queen hives in southern Vermont.. $$$

Bears enjoyed, ccd, mites etc couldn't afford it.

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Several years ago, I was starting to have allergy issues for the first time in my life. 

Three springs running, I had nasty symptoms. 

 

Someone here on this site from Long Island sent me a few bottles of unprocessed hiney and instructed me to have a tablespoon a day. 

 

I followed the instructions and haven't been bothered since. 

 

lol

My son talks about that but has not tried it yet.

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It worked for me... 

It has to be local and unprocessed. 

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Most local honey is heated to allow filtering. That's it. Local might help allergies, never helped me. The pollen (local) is supposed to be effective.

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Local professor has been a bee-keeper for the last 40 something years.  He heads up the local beekeeper org as well.  We've been buying that liquid gold off of him my whole life.  

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I'm going to contact the county beekeeping association to see if someone will put a few hives in the yard this spring, between the apple trees, shrubs, and garden, I bet my cut could be a couple of pounds :)

 

My favorite honey is from Linden trees.

 

 

:v:

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I'm going to contact the county beekeeping association to see if someone will put a few hives in the yard this spring, between the apple trees, shrubs, and garden, I bet my cut could be a couple of pounds :)

 

My favorite honey is from Linden trees.

 

 

:v:

No your not

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